English Bike - Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

I saw this battered old bike chained outside a cafe with no obvious owner. Defiantly unsuitable for being used off-road, almost to the point of being un-roadworthy. I could almost hear the creaking and rattling it would make in transit. Marvellous. Heavily symbolic too.

It was probably made by some long-lost company. I could imagine Arthur Seaton making the parts for it in the Nottingham bicycle factory of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning - 'I'm out for a good time - all the rest is propaganda!

Are there any bicycle factories left in Nottingham? That's why we need to support Pashley, chums.


  1. I think most of these English bikes are available to only bike lover which have maintain these bikes from a long time. I also like these type of vintage bikes.

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